Hi, > > > What is the content of your ifcfg-wlan0? > > > > I have ifcfg-wireless, but no ifcfg-wlan0 > > So, you are using ifup but you never setup the card w/ > system-config-network? Does that even work w/ wired interfaces? > It surely seems unlikely to work with wireless. D'oh - wrong config file! The card was set up with s-c-n initially. The config reads # Please read /usr/share/doc/initscripts-*/sysconfig.txt # for the documentation of these parameters. TYPE=Wireless DEVICE=wlan0 HWADDR=00:1b:fc:3e:41:11 BOOTPROTO=dhcp NETMASK= DHCP_HOSTNAME= IPADDR= DOMAIN= ONBOOT=yes USERCTL=no IPV6INIT=no PEERDNS=yes ESSID=SKYabcde (not letters, but numbers) CHANNEL=1 MODE=Managed RATE=Auto > Perhaps you should start by running "service NetworkManager start" > and using the nm-applet icon on your GNOME desktop to choose from > any available networks? It continually asks me for the passphrase or network key -- Sie können mich aufreizen und wirklich heiß machen!
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